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BLETHER: Reunion remembers Lawside glory days

BLETHER: Reunion remembers Lawside glory days

Former Midlands AFA side Lawside FP held a reunion, which also included their inaugural Hall of Fame.

Four members were inducted.

Posthumously, Eric Murphy, Willie “Pancho” McGregor and Charlie Adam Sr were the first to be given the accolade, along with Jim Fyffe Sr.

Attendees included Roger Dewar, Frankie Brown, Peter Anderson, Jim Fyffe Sr, Jake McDonough, Jim Sorrie, Paul Smith, Micky Duthie, Joel Sase, John Kenneth, Geoff Peters, Scott Fyffe, Ian Dunbar, Tom Stewart, Ged Kelly, Jimmy Fyffe, Danny McBride, Alan McGivney, Dave Reilly, Keith Wilson and Kieran Brown.

The club won a host of domestic honours, but their greatest claim to fame was actually a defeat.

A great Scottish Amateur Cup run in season 1988-89 saw them reach the final, agonisingly going down 3-2 to Norton House at Hampden Park.

See reunion photo (above).

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